Applied Turf Products began doing business in June, 2003. Since then, ATP has grown to become an important supplier to the erosion and sediment control markets in the greater Midwest region. During those years, ATP has expanded our product offering to include Erosion, Sediment, Dust, Storm \water, Flood Control, and Landfill Materials and Supplies. Our customers like the fact that we stock plenty of inventory, recommend alternative products “equivalent” to what was originally “specified”, provide prompt delivery to job site, help insure you are knowledgeable so materials are installed properly, and help keep you in compliance with State and local Construction Codes. We provide local training, work with project engineers on your behalf, attend pre-bid meetings, review plans & take-offs, and conduct site visits with you. We often refer projects to our customers that they may not be aware of. Feel free to print our Digital Line Card Brochure for your reference and review.

Company details

7 Guenther Blvd. , St. Peters , Missouri 63376 USA

Locations Served

Manufacturers Represented

Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Soil and Groundwater - Geotechnical
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
Year Founded:
2003

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Welcome to Applied Turf Products. Applied Turf Products (ATP) is your single source Erosion, sediment, dust, and flood Control Materials and Equipment supplier. Applied Turf Products (ATP) carries a full compliment of materials and supplies that are made of organic or recycled by-products. Everything from our Organic fertilizers, soil amendments, hydraulic mulches, tackifiers, to our erosion control blankets are completely organic, non toxic, and practical to use. Please take a moment to browse our site, at www.appliedturf.com or contact us with your questions at 877-887-2200.Our staff is always available to assist you on your project or help recommend a solution to any erosion control, drainage, or revegetation challenge.